Things to see in Ullswater

Ullswater Steamers- After operating cruises on Ullswater for over 160 years, this fleet of heritage vessels promise to connect you with some of the most iconic scenery that the lake district has to offer- The Pier House, Glenridding, Cumbria, CA11 0US

The Ullswater Way- A 20-mile walking route around Ullswater which can be explored in its entirety or in shorter sections.

St Peter’s Church- This picturesque Grade II listed building can be visited in conjunction with a climb up Hallin Fell- The Hause, Martindale CA10 2NF

ullswater - peace and tranquilty when you are going through tough times

Hallin Fell- A great route for those new into fell walking, with the quiet summit offering spectacular views of Ullswater, park at St Peter’s Church- The Hause, Martindale CA10 2NF

Aira Force- The impressive 65-foot waterfall and network of footpaths, provide incredible scenery and an opportunity to enjoy a relatively underdeveloped area of the Lake District- near Watermillock, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 0JS

Glenridding Sailing Centre- With a Fleet including kayaks, Canadian Canoes, sailing dinghies and Traditional Boats you are spoilt for choice on how to get out onto the water- The Spit, Glenridding, Penrith, CA11 0PE

Are you looking for family law support?

Bendles Solicitors in Carlisle – Portland Building, Cooper Way, Kingstown, Carlisle, Cumbria, United Kingdom, CA3 OJG

North Cumbria Collaborative Law – 40 King St, Penrith CA11 7AY

Burnetts Solicitors (Penrith) – Hobson Court, Unit 6, Gillan Way, Penrith CA11 9GQ

Starting over again financially

Starting over after a turbulent period in your life is not easy. You may have chosen the road you are on or, it may have been forced upon you. We are talking about financial planning as it’s something many people see as complicated when they are already going through a turbulent time in their life. Their mental bandwidth can’t take this added complication and often, finances are left neglected.

Why you should get a financial planner as you divorce

Whatever happened, the past is the past and eventually you have to pick yourself up, dust yourself down and move on. You have to open your eyes and be conscious that you are alive; take your head out of the sand.

Picking up the pieces is key. You have to take what’s left, even if it’s very little and rebuild what you can and financial planning is key. You may have nothing so, what then? Speak to an expert and come up with a plan. There is always something you can do; no one is saying it will be easy.

What is financial planning?

You may have come out of a divorce with a settlement or a house, or you may have left with nothing. Look at what you do have and make it work for you. If you have come out with something substantial it is worth speaking to a financial advisor to see how you can best nurture it. You have to consider the future and look after what you have, ensuring that you don’t lose the lot! 

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